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Cancun Close To Red Alert Level As Omicron Cases Continue To Surge

Cancun Has Regressed To An Orange Traffic Light Designation Cancun is edging closer to the highest alert level possible on Mexico’s epidemiological traffic light system. Further restrictions will be implemented in the hope that a red light designation can be avoided. The Governor of Quintana Roo announced that from the 24th of January until the …

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Cancun Is The 3rd Most Popular Destination In The World According To Trip Advisor

Cancun is set to have a strong 2022 if TripAdvisor has anything to say about it. The travel website giant announced its most popular destinations in the world for 2022 and placed Cancun in the number three spot. The website’s “Travelers’ Choice: Best of the Best” ranked the best reviews for destinations across the world …

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Cancun Hotels Almost Sold Out Despite Omicron And New Restrictions

Reduced Capacity In Most Accommodations Approaching Their Limits Hotels in Cancun are approaching their threshold for guests under the recently enforced COVID restrictions. The reports come in the face of high infection rates, poor weather, and minimized service across the tourist sector. In what will be a welcome surprise for the tourist sector in Cancun, …

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Cold Weather and Omicron Impacting Travelers In Cancun

Perfect Storm Of Winter Temperatures And COVID Restrictions Affecting Cancun Tourists Winter storms working their way through the US and Canada are impacting Cancun and the greater Quintana Roo region. Flight cancellations and colder weather combing with COVID could cause some issues for those hoping to head to the popular destination this week. The Mexican …

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Record-Breaking Travel To Cancun Slows As Omicron Takes Hold

Post-Holiday Infections Slow Progress But Could Mean Fewer Crowds, Cheaper Rates in Future The toll of the post-holiday Omicron surge in Mexico has taken hold in Cancun, slowing travel considerably after months of consistent growth. What started as a record-breaking period, slated to continue, may not be as successful as hoped. But it could spell …

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Cancun Events Not Offering Refunds Prompts Concerns For Tourists

Hootiefest At Center Of Tourist Concerns Concerned tourists are finding themselves in a financial dilemma as event organizer CID Presents moves ahead with plans to hold Hootiefest at the end of the month. COVID concerns have canceled other festivals in the area over the same time period. Hootiefest: The Big Splash is slated to begin …

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All Cancun Entry Requirements Including Health Form Have Been Removed

Entry Requirements Now Mirror Pre-Covid Era The Government of Mexico has made the decision to remove all entry requirements relating to the COVID pandemic. The move means a complete return to pre-COVID regulations for those traveling to Cancun. The one remaining requirement was in the form of a health questionnaire, nicknamed the Vuela Seguro, which …

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Cancun International Airport Continues To See Flight Cancelations

Over 70 Cancelations Reported On Monday and Tuesday Cancun International Airport is continuing to see flight cancelations due to the Omicron staff shortage crisis. Recent reports suggest the cancelations are likely to continue. The cancelations mean that daily operations in the airport have dropped below 500 for the first time since December 20th. Cancun has …

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Cancun Tourists Are Facing Flight Cancelations, New Restrictions And Closures

Omicron Effect Catches Up With Cancun And Quintana Roo Cancun, and the Quintana Roo region as a whole, is finally being hit hard by the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron. Flight cancelations, staff shortages, and restrictions have seen the tourist hotspot rocked after months of astounding success. Just this week, the Governor of Quintana Roo announced …

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Isla Mujeres Palace Resort Has Been Sold – Important Info Travelers Need To Know

All-Inclusive Resort To Change on March 31 The Isla Mujeres Palace Resort has been sold. The couples-only all-inclusive will run as normal until the 31st of March, before being handed over to its new owners. The Spanish group, SHA Wellness, completed their purchase and will close the hotel down in April to begin what is …

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